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Retrieving registry values from callout - SecurityException
In the MSCRM 3.0 SDK there is sample code for callouts (Server Programming Guide\Business Logic Extensions (Callouts)\Callout Samples\Source Code Samples). In the code sample, the install directory path of the MS CRM web application is retrieved from the registry to get access to a configuration file. But there seems to be a little problem with this code sample. If you use it as it is, you probably get a SecurityException stating that "Requested registry access is not allowed". To avoid this you ......

Posted On Thursday, February 16, 2006 7:40 AM

An easy one ...
I was just mulling over what I could post to this blog and came to think about what was really exciting in programming MS CRM 3.0 in the last few weeks. The first thing that came to my mind was the IE developer toolbar. This little gizmo is so damn cool for inspecting HTML code generated by MS CRM (with DOM Explorer). And I think when you use JavaScript to customize the frontend code this tool is a "must-have", especially when you try to get an id of an element in the HTML that you want to manipulate. ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 15, 2006 6:44 AM

Is somebody out there?
Hello everyone, My name is Guenter and I'm working for a small software company named world-direct.at located in Austria. We try to earn our living customizing MS CRM servers for our customers. I created this blog because I think there are some helpful little hints about programming MS CRM servers that we, my colleagues Maik, Andreas and I, collected over the years and that might be interesting for some people out there. So stay tuned for more .... P.S. The truth is: my colleague Mario talked me ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 14, 2006 1:18 PM

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